Outstanding service! Mr. Earles did our estate sale and we couldn't have been happier. We had a couple other people look and give us an estimate and he far exceeded the the others estimates! We were just happy to have had a smooth transaction!
I would not recommend Greg to anyone!!!!! My Grandmother recently died and we entrusted Greg with the estate sale, as he claimed to be her friend. Many items disappeared unaccounted for, her friends reported that several items were never present in the sale, and he did not provide my family with accurate receipts or documentation. We all regret having used Greg and it is a disgrace that my Grandmother's treasured antiques were so mishandled. Use somebody else if you are having an estate sale, have a contract that an attorney reviews, and be present at the sale even if you are asked to not attend!
These are estate sales......not garage sales or flea markets. Estate sales are to get money for the family! The reason the help is eating at the worksite is because there is no place private to go to eat in private. They have to eat quickly and get back to work to wait on people who want garage sale prices. I have had experience with Mr. Earles and his staff and find them to be friendly and competent. I also know Mr Earles to be honest and fair. Regarding pricing....sometimes the family dictates what prices go on items. I will continue to go to his sales along with his many loyal customers.
OK, way overpriced! A quilt that should have been $15.00 at the most, was $150.00, that's correct, you read that right! A rocker glider with ottoman was VERY well worn and that was priced at $125? Absolutely ridiculous! Not to mention there was one of the sales people walking around with a giant hamburger in his hand, plus the lady sitting behind the final sales desk was eating a hamburger too! Ya know, if you are going to eat, go to a private area to do it. The whole house reeked of hamburger, which was very gross and very unprofessional. If you are going to charge those kinds of prices, your appearance and behavior should reflect that! I wasn't the only person there that noticed either. Right, that's the way you want to conduct business, with a giant sloppy hamburger in your hand, eating and talking to people with your mouth full! Ewww...The other thing was on areas they didn't want the public going into, the signs on the doors read, "Private area, DO NOT ENTER, THIS MEANS YOU!" A simple 'Private Area, please no entry beyond this point' would have sufficed. Will NOT go to another estate sale from this person...